grama

tattva-grāma the sum total of the creative elements; SB 1.3.10
grāma villages; SB 1.6.11
grāma-siṃhāḥ the dogs; SB 3.17.10
grāma-siṃhān dogs; SB 3.18.10
bhūta-grāma to other living entities; SB 3.29.24
grāma-ādi of villages, etc.; SB 4.18.32
grāma villages; SB 5.5.30
grāma villages; SB 7.2.14
grāma in a village; SB 7.13.1
grāma-sevā to live in a village and serve the people therein; SB 7.15.38-39
grāma-nivāsinaḥ very much attached to materialistic enjoyment; SB 9.19.2
mańgala-bhūyiṣṭha-pura-grāma-vraja-ākarāḥ whose many cities, towns, pasturing grounds and mines became auspicious and very neat and clean; SB summary
pura-grāma-vraja-ādiṣu in all the towns, villages and pasturing grounds; SB 10.4.31
pura-grāma-vraja-ādiṣu in towns, cities and villages here and there; SB 10.6.2
grāma of the villages; SB 10.41.7
grāma villages; SB 10.67.3
grāma villages; SB 10.71.21
grāma-siṃhā "lions of the village" (dogs); SB 10.83.34
kalāpa-grāma in the village Kalāpa (nearby Badarikāśrama); SB 10.87.7
grāma towns; SB 11.18.24
śambhala-grāma in the village Śambhala; SB 12.2.18
grāma-vāsāḥ village residents; SB 12.3.33
bhūta-grāma all the living entities; CC Adi 3.32
grāma village; CC Adi 5.181
kulīna-grāma-vāsī the inhabitants of Kulīna-grāma; CC Adi 10.80
grāma village; CC Adi 13.30
grāma village; CC Adi 14.52
guṇa-grāma very much qualified; CC Adi 16.31
grāma-sambandhe in a village relationship; CC Adi 17.48
guṇa-grāma glories; CC Adi 17.69
grāma-sambandhe in our neighborhood relationship; CC Adi 17.148
grāma-sambandha neighborhood relationship; CC Adi 17.148
kulīna-grāma-vāsi the residents of Kulīna-grāma; CC Madhya 1.131
kuliyā-grāma to the place known as Kuliyā; CC Madhya 1.151
rāma-keli grāma to the village of the name Rāmakeli; CC Madhya 1.166
grāma the village; CC Madhya 1.166
grāma village; CC Madhya 1.226
nānā-grāma haite from various villages; CC Madhya 3.157
eka grāma to one village; CC Madhya 4.11
grāma-madhye within the village; CC Madhya 4.47
grāma villages; CC Madhya 4.97
yājapura-grāma the village of Yājapura-grāma; CC Madhya 5.3
nija-grāma his own village; CC Madhya 7.101
grāma-antara haite from different villages; CC Madhya 7.102
grāma villages; CC Madhya 7.117
anya grāma other villages; CC Madhya 9.8
kulīna-grāma-vāsī the inhabitants of Kulīna-grāma; CC Madhya 10.89
kulīna-grāma-vāsī residents of the village known as Kulīna-grāma; CC Madhya 11.91
puruṣottama-grāma the place known as Puruṣottama, Jagannātha Purī; CC Madhya 14.232
kulīna-grāma-vāsī the inhabitants of Kulīna-grāma; CC Madhya 16.16-17
sei grāma haite from the village known as Pichaldā; CC Madhya 16.200
grāma villages; CC Madhya 16.219
rāmakeli-grāma to the village of Rāmakeli; CC Madhya 16.260
grāma the place; CC Madhya 16.267
yei grāma which villages; CC Madhya 17.47
govardhana-grāma to the village known as Govardhana; CC Madhya 18.17
grāma village; CC Madhya 18.27
grāma the village; CC Madhya 18.30
grāma-antare in a different village; CC Madhya 18.31
grāma to the village; CC Madhya 18.35
grāma-antare in a different village; CC Madhya 18.44
yamunā-pāre grāma his residence on the other side of the Yamunā; CC Madhya 18.82
deśa-grāma villages and towns; CC Madhya 18.220
saundarya-ādi-guṇa-grāma the transcendental qualities, headed by beauty; CC Madhya 21.104
grāma a village; CC Antya 1.40
ghara-grāma house and village; CC Antya 3.161
grāma the village; CC Antya 3.163
grāma villages; CC Antya 4.210
grāma haite from the village; CC Antya 6.52
grāma-antara haite from other villages; CC Antya 6.55
nānā-grāma various villages; CC Antya 6.91
kulīna-grāma-vāsī the inhabitants of Kulīna-grāma; CC Antya 12.9
grāma-bhitara inside a village; CC Antya 12.18
grāma villages; MM 17